5 Grilled Recipes for an Unconventional BBQ
The month of BBQ is upon us! It’s rare for a couple weeks to go by without gathering everyone you know and firing up the grill. But this time, instead of sticking with the classic meat and chicken shish, go a little wild with your recipes. Whether you’re having your barbecue at home or you’re headed to a cool area to light up the grill, take a look at our grilled recipe suggestions so you can have an unconventional BBQ.
Beef Kebabs with Orange Couscous
All you really need to break free of the summer heat is a little bit of refreshing orange zest. With its exotic orange and pomegranate taste, this recipe is a nice change from the usual meat skewers.
Chicken Satay with Cashew Nuts Dipping Sauce
How about bringing an Asian flair to your barbecue party? This traditional Indonesian and Malaysian dish with a special Al Wadi Al Akhdar take is thick, creamy, and has a flavor that will turn your barbecue from nice to spectacular.
Filet Mignon with Blue Cheese
You don’t have to go out to a fancy restaurant to have a 5-star meal. You can do it in your own backyard! There is nothing more satisfying on a Saturday afternoon than a juicy, tender piece of steak slathered with balsamic vinegar and enjoyed in the outdoors!
Grilled Falafel Burgers
Meet the new way of eating falafel: not fried, but grilled. Who said barbecue food had to be fatty? You can also use quinoa falafel or soy falafel for the vegan in the group. Add tomatoes, lettuce, and tahini sauce and you have yourself a great Middle Eastern recipe.
You don’t need to know how to cook to prepare a batch of good quesadillas, and that’s what makes them perfect for a barbecue. Just make sure to make plenty to go around, because it’s a great wrap that everyone enjoys.
A summer barbecue is an important tradition in the Middle East, but it doesn’t mean that the food has to be traditional. There are plenty of unconventional recipes you can enjoy in the great outdoors, so what are your favorites?